PJA All Weather
There was another nail-biting conclusion to the monthly Besttipping challenge, with Insideoutracing (39.1 points) finishing just 3.2 points ahead of PJA All Weather (35.9 points). PJA National Hunt where in third spot with a 28.7 point profit while Bookies Enemy finished in fourth place with a 25 point gain.
Despite losing out in the monthly contest, PJA All Weather made massive inroads into PJA Flat’s huge lead in the 2011 table. At the end of October the difference was more than 100 points, but the gap is now down to 42 points. With another five weeks of racing in 2011, there is every chance that PJA’s All Weather service will push the long-time leaders all the way to the line.
Insideoutracing performed strongly throughout the four-week review period, but it was during a twelve day stretch starting on 4 November, that they really started to punish the bookies. During this period ten bets were advised, and all but three won. These successes included 10/1 Kempton advice Prince Bishop (2 November), 12/1 Shabora (Wolverhampton, 12 November), 9/1 Prince Du Seuil (Plumpton, 14 November) and Savello, a 6/1 winner at Fairyhouse on 16 November.
Wednesday 23 November will go down as a red letter day for PJA’s All Weather service. The afternoon got off to a spectacular start with the victory of the Derek Haydn-Jones-trained Tinshu in a ten furlong handicap at Lingfield. A 16/1 shot, Tinshu had been highlighted as a 25/1 chance. Already assured a handsome yield on the day, PJA All Weather’s day just got better and better, thanks to the victories of 10/1 Hurricane Spirit and 9/1 advice Ocean Legend at the Kempton twilight meeting. Other winners for this in-form service included Songburst (12/1, Kempton, 2 November) and Beat Route (9/1, Kempton, 18 November).
PJA National Hunt recorded their seventh profitable month of the year, posting a solid 28.7 point profit. The bag of winners this time around featured two winning 12/1 advices (including Great Endeavour, the Paddy Power victor), two at 11/1, two at 10/1, one at 9/1 and one at 8s.
The Irish raider, Dorset Square, an 8/1 winning advice at Cheltenham on 12 November, capped a fine month for Bookies Enemy. The same tipster was also on the mark with the Haldon Gold Cup victor Medermit (9/2).
Personal Info ended November in rude health. Five of the last six selections came up trumps, most notably the Musselburgh chase winner, Carrietau, who was advised at 16/1.
The period under review also ended in impressive fashion for Steve Jones thanks to two successive winning 7/1 advices, Sivola De Sivola (Newbury, 25 November) and Lackamon (Newcastle, 26 November). These wins helped secure a fifth monthly profit in the last six months.
Gamblers Reunited again showed a profit this month with 5/1 Tones (Wolverhampton, 19 November) and 6/1 Rock On Ruby (Newbury, 26 November) both hitting the target.
Richard Dunwoody found three winners (from just eleven selections) in November. It might have been even better as five of the remaining eight selections finished second or third. Meanwhile, Hey Big Spender (11/2, Newcastle, 26 November) was the highlight of Gorrie UK’s month.
As mentioned earlier there are just five weeks of racing to go this year. Is this enough time for PJA All Weather to catch stable companion PJA Flat and retain the Besttipping Tipster Challenge? We will soon know the answer.
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